You cannot ignore the importance of having an email account. Today, email is still considered a vital source to convey information and to attract potential customers. Even in B2B audiences, email is the third most influential source of information.
Large organizations have their professional business email address. Because on one end, it represents your brand, and on the other end, it increases your presence in the market.
The majority of the work, like research, tracking, analysis, finishing touches, formatting, and integrating feedback, and much of the sizeable organizational work, is done through emails.
Almost all employees spend 11 hours a week going through their work messages in their email inbox.
Today, people are pretty selective in opening emails because it contains marketing and spam emails. No one wants a large number of useless emails in its inbox. And in a large organization, where you receive a large number of emails regularly, and if it includes spam emails, it will ruin your whole day and work efficiency.
In 2015, Google claimed that it could block 99.9% of the spam email, and the ratio of spam emails in the incoming emails is 0.05%. But that was in 2015. Currently, that ratio has increased. Therefore, Google limits the number of emails that you can send and receive each day. It also limits the number of recipients that you can add to your email.
Therefore, email Obfuscation is adopted to hide the email address from the crawlers and the bots that visit your website.
Still, at the same, it makes it active and available to the visitors that are visiting your website.
Because having the email address or the contact form on your website, through which the visitors can reach you, send a positive signal to Google and positively impact the user experience.
To do this, perform the following steps.
- Open the Email Obfuscation Tool.
- Enter the Email address in the "Email" section.
- Enter the display text in the "Link Text" section that you want to display to the user against your email address.
- The tool will automatically obfuscate your email address and shows the result in the "Result" section.
- Under the "Result" section, you will get the HTML Preview of your email address.
Do we keep a copy of your email address?
Protecting user trust is our top priority. We do not keep a copy of any email address that the user uploads to perform the email obfuscation.